Description

Description

L’Odyssée launch in Fecamp, France, 1935
L’Odyssée (Middle) during Regattas Royales in Cannes.

L’Odyssee is a 23.91m ketch sail yacht with a displacement hull built by Chantier Navals de Normandie and launched in 1935. She was last refitted in 2017.

L’Odyssee is strongly built from wood with lots af charm and character.

Once you have stepped aboard you have the choose to sit in the cockpit.

and enjoy your cool drink  or you can comfortably sit around a beautiful teak table underneath the spacious sun awning, which can easily be set up for eight.

Around you the flushness of the teak deck invites you and many others to breathe and enjoy the space it offers.

Via the doghouse a curved mahogany staircase leads you to a Honduras mahogany passageway with entrances to 3 double cabins [A, B & C], which can accommodate six guests comfortably.

The main guest [A] cabin is in Bird’s eye Maple and Rosewood and has an overhead hatch giving the room plenty of natural light.

The portside cabin [B] is in sycamore and poplar and the starboard cabin [C] is in sycamore and Norwegian silver birch.

Each cabin has a double bed and a ‘en suite’ bathroom with toilet, shower and a washbasin.

She has sailed extensively around the British and French Coast, the Mediterranean and the Caribbean, with at least 10 Atlantic crossings to her credit. With an upwind sail area of 260 m2, and 450 m2 down wind she is a fast and comfortable yacht to cruise. She has competed in many of the Mediterranean Regattas with some overall winnings.

Regattes Royales Cannes

In 1999, L’Odyssee was refitted to British MCA Commercial Status.

It is recommended to think about where the Yacht will be registered (Country) and if the yacht will commercially operated or privately. In the current Market (Corona) there are not a lot of Classic Sailing Yachts for Charter and the ones active had a good last year. The yacht Hygie has been successfully operating and had a normal charter season in 2020.

L’Odyssee was chartering at an average of 3000, – Euo’s per day and could make a turnover of 250.000, -Euro’s in a year. The costs for setting up a Company Structure and have her Commercial is worth taking into account for the new owner.

Her oak hull, her teak deck, her teak superstructure, the interior and her wooden masts have been completely refitted in 2006. At the moment the mast need to be taken down to and completely stripped to bare wood, with some minor repairs and revarnished. 

L’Odyssée is no longer equipped with a compressor.

MAIN CHARACTERISTICS

TYPE                   Bermudian Ketch

BUILDER           Chantier Navale de Normandie, Fecamp

NAVAL ARCHITECT       F. Camatte

YEAR                   1935

REFIT                 2006 (Malta), 2007(Toulon, France)

2011/12 (Sanary sur Mer, France)

2017(Zelenika, Montenegro)

CONSTRUCTION          Oak hull on oak frames

Teak deck and superstructure

FLAG                   USA

GRT                   59 tons

DISPLACEMENT         37 tons

DIMENSIONS

LOA                   23.80m /78’

LOD                   22.25m/72’9’’

LWL                   17.94m / 58’8’’

BEAM                 4.75m /15’5’’

DRAFT               3.18m /10’4’’

SPEED & RANGE UNDER POWER

MAXIMUM SPEED             10 knots at 2,200rpm (sailing 12 knots)

CRUISING SPEED               7 knots at 1,600-1,800rpm

FUEL CONSUMPTION      10-15 1/hour at 7 knots

RANGE                                    700 nm without sails (with use of generator)

CAPACITIES

ACCOMMODATION           7 Guests + 3 Crew sleeping:

GUESTS                                 6 Guests in 3 x double cabins

1 Guest in Doghouse

CREW
                                     Captain’s cabin & Twin crew’s cabin

FUEL
                                       1000 liters/264 US gallons

FRESH WATER                     1000 liters/264 US gallons

ACCOMMODATION

Interior Layout

DOGHOUSE The doghouse made from teak contains a watch bunk and storage space and leads to a mahogany curved steps leading to the Honduras mahogany passageway in which the navigation area is found. This passageway leads to three double cabins (A, B & C)

MASTER STATEROOM  Owners cabin (A) is in bird’s eye maple and rosewood and has an overhead hatch giving plenty of natural light to the room. The cabin has a double bed, writing desk, five drawers, hanging wardrobe, en-suite bathroom with vanity basin set into a marble top, toilet and shower.

GUEST STATEROOMS Portside cabin (B) is in sycamore and poplar, has a double bed, five drawers, hanging wardrobe, en-suite bathroom with vanity basin set into a marble top, toilet and shower. Starboard cabin (C) is in sycamore and Norwegian silver birch, has a double bed, five drawers, hanging wardrobe, en- suite bathroom with vanity basin set into a marble top, toilet and shower.

Portside Cabin (B)

MAIN SALOON Saloon with dining for eight guests (D,  L shaped seating arrangement to port (D) & Round Table as on Picture on Starboard.

MAHOGANY PASSAGEWAY Comprehensive navigation station underneath the stairway.

GALLEY / PANTRY Galley to portside with fridges, microwave, gas-oven/grill and a combined icemaker/freezer.

CREW The Fore Peak has crew accommodation for crew (F) and Captains cabin (E) next to the galley. In between the crew cabins on starboard side, there is a crew shower with vanity basin and toilet.

MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT

ENGINES                                Perkins 6.354 Turbo Diesel
(Complete overhaul and serviced 2011)

ENGINE CONTROL             Mechanical Morse throttle to cockpit (2018)

GEARBOX                               Velvet Drive 5000 (new 2006, serviced 2011)

PROPULSION                        Maxprop (3 Blades)

STEERING SYSTEM            Lecomble & Schmitt Pumps & Kobalt Hydraulic & Mechanics Steering System(2006)

GENERATOR                         Onan 13,5 MDKBP, mono-fase 220Volt (new 2011 / 420 Hours)

CHARGER                              Mastervolt Mass 24/75(2008)

WATER MAKER                    Sea recovery (max. 120 liters per hour)

TOILET SYSTEM                  3 x Jabsco Electric toilets and 1 Jabsco manual toilet

SAILS AND RIGGING

SAILS                                       Dacron sail inventory by Zaoli Sails (2007)

RIGGING                                 All running rigging, stainless steel rigging and fittings supplied

by Russo Yachting (2007)

WINCHES                               6 Bronze Barient Self tailing winches &
8 Bronze Barlow winches

NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT

GYROCOMPASS                  Furuno PG700 Mini-gyro (2012) Cassens & Plath

AUTOMATIC PILOT             Furuno NAVPilot 700(completely integrated with Raymarine e7

and Tacktics systems) (new 2012)

RADAR                                      Furuno FR821

DEPTHSOUNDER                 Tackticks T912 Transducer (2007)

GPS                                           2 x Raymarine Multi Functional Display e7 (2012)

WEATHER FAX                      JRC Navtex NCR-300A

LOG
                                           Tackticks T911 Transducer (2007)

WIND INSTRUMENTS         Tackticks T120 Wireless Wind Transmitter (2007)

COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

SATCOM                                  Thrane & Thrane Mini M TT3064A

VHF                                            Leisure DSC Sailor Navicom RT320 5 Watt (handhold)

EPIRB                                         ACR Electronics RLB-38 Cat II (02/2017)

SSB                                             IC-M700 – Single Sideband Radiotelephone(not installed)

DECK EQUIPMENT

ANCHOR WINDLASSES    Ideal Electrical Windlass (serviced 2016)

ANCHORS                              Hall Anchor 45 kg
 + Brittany Anchor 40 kg

ANCHOR CHAINS               100 meters of 13 mm stud link chain

AWNINGS                              Canvas Crème Color awning.

ENTERTAINMENT EQUIPMENT

Sony CDX-GT620U(4 x 52w)  2 x Pioneer inside speakers and a Caliber 150 watt cockpit speaker

GALLEY & LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT

GALLEY

1 x Oven Force 10, kombi gas oven and grill

2 x custom built fridges (220 Volt)

SECURITY & SAFETY EQUIPMENT

SAFETY

1 x Eurovinil Life raft Iso 9650-1 Group A (4 Persons)

Lifejackets

1x Mechanical operated Bilge Pump Jabsco 51200-2011 for Main Engine, 
dual function as fire pump

2 x RULE 3700-24 Volt, with automatic sensors

FIRE FIGHTING

6 x ABC Fire Extinguishers throughout the yacht

1 x 34B Fire Extinguisher near Chart Table

1 x Pyrogen Mag 4, Fire extinguisher in engine room

1 x Main Fire and Bilge Pump Jabsco 51200-2011, Bronze Clutch Pump, 200 liters/min. @ 1500 RPM

2 x Gasalarms

6 x Fire Alarms